The Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Resort & Spa in Florida completed a $6.8 million renovation that marries indoor and outdoor environments with beachfront-inspired textures and palettes. Involved in the renovation were local firm REG Architects and Orlando-based studio LUP Interiors.
At the lobby, there is an oval-shaped greatroom where there are wood-paneled columns, curved-back sofas, lounge chairs and glass-topped tables. Furnishings feature upholstery tones calling to mind sand and sea. Carpeting recalls the flow of ocean waves and naturally leads the eye to the renovated patio’s fountain, which is finished in opalescent mosaic tiles.
Floor-to-ceiling windows in the great room, bar and lounge flood the area in natural light by day.
The onsite restaurant 3800 Ocean was also renovated. Newly upholstered tufted banquettes continue the ocean motif with a palette of deep blue with nail head trim. Spanning the restaurant and lounge, hardwood flooring with a stripe effect of light and dark woods recall a vintage Chris Craft yacht deck.
Throughout the Palm Beach resort's 193 one- and two-bedroom guest suites are thicker and more textured earth-toned carpeting. Walls were painted in white, and sofas and lounge chair fabrics have coastal feel. New throw pillows have a turtle pattern, inspired by Singer Island's resident sea turtle population. In the guest bedrooms of two-bedroom suites, beds are set against a photo mural of driftwood rising out of the sea.
The property also refreshed 3,600 square feet of event space (including the Flagler boardroom, the Singer, Mizner, and MacArthur meetings rooms, and the 1,631-square-foot Colonnade ballroom), now with new carpeting and repainted walls.